Glee has covered the biggest names in music this season, but Justin Bieber has yet to get any love from the hit Fox series. The Canadian pop star reigned at No. 1 for weeks before being pushed out of the No. 1 spot by the 'Power of Madonna' EP on Wednesday, so wouldn't it make sense for the cast to cover one of his songs on their show?
Not really, says Matthew Morrison. In an interview with E! Online, the actor, who plays Mr. Schuester, admits he doesn't have Bieber fever. "I don't get this Bieber thing," he says. "I really don't get it. I hear he was in Australia and they kicked him out because he started a riot. I haven't even heard his music. I couldn't tell you one name of his songs -- and I'm not lying about that!"
Co-star Kevin McHale knows exactly who Justin is, but he's not so sure the 16-year-old singer would make room in his schedule to appear on the musical series. "Uh, [Bieber] seems busy," Kevin says. "I don't know if he has the time."
Well, at least one member of the Glee cast is supportive of Justin. Cory Monteith is all for the idea, saying: "I think it would be fun. What's wrong with a little Bieb? Everyone needs to be a little infected by the Biebonic plague."
We agree. 'Baby,' 'Eenie Meenie' or 'One Less Lonely Girl' are great covers that could fit into the story lines of the show, and since Justin is actually of high school age, he'd be a perfect guest star. What do you think?